Harry L. Franklin was born on September 5, 1880 in St. Louis, Missouri, USA. He was an American Director, known for The Winning of Beatrice (1918), A Successful Adventure (1918), Kildare of Storm (1918), Harry L. Franklin's first movie on record is from 1918. Harry L. Franklin died on July 3, 1927 in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1920.
Biographical Notes in German: Regisseur des amerikanischen Stummfilms, aktiv von circa 1918 bis 1920
Harry L. Franklin Filmography [Auszug]
1920: [09.20] The Secret Gift (Director), with Lee Kohlmar, Rudolf Christians, Doris Baker,
1920: [04.00] Her Five-Foot Highness (Director), with Edith Roberts, Virginia Ware, Ogden Crane,
1920: [06.21] Alias Miss Dodd (Dodd: His Diary (Working title)) (Director), with Edith Roberts, , Harry von Meter,
1919: [08.16] The Four-Flusher (Director), with Hale Hamilton, Ruth Stonehouse, Harry Holden,
1919: [07.14] In His Brother's Place (Director), with Hale Hamilton, Emmett King, Ruby Lafayette,
1919: [05.26] Full o' Pep (Director), with Alice Lake, Hale Hamilton, Alice Knowland,
1919: [04.28] After His Own Heart (Director), with Hale Hamilton, Naomi Childers, ,
1919: [02.17] Johnny-on-the-Spot (Director), with Hale Hamilton, , Philo McCullough,
1918: [12.16] Sylvia on a Spree (Director), with Emmy Wehlen, , Frank Currier,
1918: [09.16] Kildare of Storm (Director), with Emily Stevens, King Baggot, Crauford Kent,
1918: [07.15] A Successful Adventure (The Way to a Man's Heart) (Director), with May Allison, Harry Hilliard, Edward Connelly,
1918: [05.20] The Winning of Beatrice (Director), with May Allison, Hale Hamilton, Frank Currier,
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